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Fluids I got my oil changed recently and the guys at the place (one of these small drive in and thru oil change places) also told me I needed or should have my f & r differential fluids changed along with having my transfer case serviced. My vehicle is a 2005 Jeep Liberty Renegade with 59,000 miles on it. I never tow or off road with it. About 1/2 my driving is in town and the other half highway. Since I don't necessarily beat this vehicle, is it time yet for me to be changing servicing these 2 areas? I understand maybe it's time for the tranny fluid, but the other two I think they mentioned cuz they want to make the money. Can someone help me with this? Thanks!

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I would have the tranny fluid changed and leave the rest alone. they were just trying to make more money from you

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